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the reform of 2010. it is not a u.s.-centric issue. the u.s. has a sizable quota and is my largest shareholder, if you will. but this afternoon in that camp i certainly hope that the european authorities at large, including congress, will appreciate how needed u.s. leadership is and how needed the imf rule is going to be needed going forward. not to promote crises around the world, but it is the indirect consequences of those remote crises, including on the u.s. economy. if there is something worth learning, it is the interdependence of them. >> how confident are you? >> i would definitely consider it. [laughter] >> maurice goldstein. institute for international economics. managing director, thank you for a most interesting speech. >> i am always cautious when an english speaking person calls something interesting, it could make it -- could mean anything. >> you are quite right, but let me proceed anyways. [laughter] you indicated in the discussion of the eurozone, you mentioned the need for friendly measures, not just austerity. what are those growth friendly measures? why did we
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